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  0 Thread: Glu-Bot Glue bottle issue
Post: RE: Glu-Bot Glue bottle issue

I had these same issues with mine. It finally cracked when I was trying to unscrew the main cap for a refill and just threw it away.  I've found that the small Titebond 16oz bottles works great as lo...
jamesglenn Woodworking 11 773 03-31-2021, 08:31 AM
  0 Thread: Cutting down an interior door
Post: RE: Cutting down an interior door

This is a great build along and the door looks amazing. If I could produce a new door half as nice, I would be super excited. Great work.
jamesglenn Woodworking 12 3,971 03-23-2021, 09:28 AM
  0 Thread: PVC Baseboard
Post: RE: PVC Baseboard

PVC only expands due to temperature and not humidity, sothat shoudn't be a concern unless you have drastic swings (unlikely) in your house.  As for plugging, acrylic or polyurethane caulk, or Cortex ...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 10 605 03-16-2021, 02:18 PM
  0 Thread: Painting Rooms
Post: RE: Painting Rooms

Lighting levels plays a big role in this discussion. If the room is well lit and/or has a lot of natural light, then painting the ceilings a color would work great. If the room is smallish and normal ...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 19 1,101 02-27-2021, 11:42 AM
  0 Thread: Tankless question
Post: RE: Tankless question

I have the older version of this model (CR-240A) and would never go back to a tank model. It was installed in 2009 and has been quite reliable, once it needed a new sensor and I have to descale it onc...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 10 677 02-18-2021, 02:20 PM
  0 Thread: Flooring Question
Post: RE: Flooring Question

Vinyl flooring is glued down, at least in commercial applications with the glues designed to allow for movement and gaps do not appear.  Although this is typically a much larger area on install.  As ...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 6 438 02-18-2021, 10:07 AM
  0 Thread: Table Top Clamps
Post: RE: Table Top Clamps

I have the similar track clamps from Dewalt and use them in my down draft table for clamping. I could not get them thru a 3/4" hole and had to drill new holes to 1-1/4" (I think, or larger). They work...
jamesglenn Woodworking 5 669 02-16-2021, 09:23 AM
  0 Thread: Catapult!
Post: RE: Catapult!

That is AWESOME! Both the final product and that he built it himself using big tools. It's looks like a great time spent together, and the craftmanship is outstanding.  Maybe he'll be able to make a ...
jamesglenn Woodworking 14 1,166 02-05-2021, 06:40 PM
  0 Thread: oven wall cabinet design
Post: RE: oven wall cabinet design

You are correct. The dimensions you state for for the face frame clearance, and then there is space inside the cabinet for air circulation, hence the C, D, E dimensions noted.
jamesglenn Woodworking 8 617 01-19-2021, 07:10 PM
  0 Thread: Fastest Way to cut slots in Composite Decking
Post: RE: Fastest Way to cut slots in Composite Decking

(11-26-2020, 12:08 PM)barryvabeach Wrote: James,  exactly what I was hoping to hear, someone who did it.  So did you put the board loose down on the deck, then biscuit join both side at one joist, g...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 22 1,856 11-26-2020, 09:25 PM
  0 Thread: Fastest Way to cut slots in Composite Decking
Post: RE: Fastest Way to cut slots in Composite Decking

I have done both a router (hand held) outside and a biscuit jointer for a couple decks. I prefer the biscuit jointer which I kept with me when installing; marked the locations cut the slots and insta...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 22 1,856 11-26-2020, 10:11 AM
  0 Thread: Carter Guide Piece & Bandsaw Blades
Post: RE: Carter Guide Piece & Bandsaw Blades

Sold!!! Thank you.
jamesglenn Tool Swap N' Sell 2 582 10-22-2020, 06:40 PM
  0 Thread: Carter Guide Piece & Bandsaw Blades
Post: Carter Guide Piece & Bandsaw Blades

[attachment=30436]#1) Carter Guide piece is the CTR-1 - $65.00 shipped Never used. CTR1 -For use on saws equipped with Carter guide kits. Fits in 7/16" mounts. The unique patented Stabilizer® fr...
jamesglenn Tool Swap N' Sell 2 582 10-21-2020, 12:39 PM
  0 Thread: How to move a deck post while building the deck
Post: RE: How to move a deck post while building the dec...

Short of taking out both posts and installing one in the correct locationcatioin and height, you might want to consider a simpson CPTZ concealed post tie, or the Titan post anchor mentioned about. Bot...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 16 2,172 10-20-2020, 12:46 PM
  0 Thread: Modifying roof trusses to support living space
Post: RE: Modifying roof trusses to support living space

Modifying the roof truss in anyway changes the tension/compression of the various chords. changing them to an attic truss will change the loads on the bottom chords despite just holding the drywall no...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 16 2,356 10-10-2020, 11:38 AM
  0 Thread: Roof shingle ?
Post: RE: Roof shingle ?

The above is accurate, I would add that if you see any pieces coming free at the corners also. Do not let them go too long because the leaks are much more expensive when included with a new roof. Ge...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 36 4,386 09-08-2020, 12:01 PM
  0 Thread: Eighteen months later ...
Post: RE: Eighteen months later ...

That is amazing! Way too nice to keep covered in tarp! great work.
jamesglenn Woodworking 10 2,103 09-07-2020, 07:38 AM
  0 Thread: Front door recommendations
Post: RE: Front door recommendations

Fiberglass is definitely the best option, minimal movement (thermal) and lasts a life time. I installed Therma-Tru doors about 10yrs ago and they have been excellent. I bought mine with a stain optio...
jamesglenn Home Improvement 6 959 08-31-2020, 08:21 AM
  0 Thread: Reclaimed Coffee Table
Post: RE: Reclaimed Coffee Table

(08-20-2020, 01:39 PM)crokett™ Wrote: I like the design. Very well done.  I like the contrast on the table top.  What are the dimensions?  Years ago I built my brother a walnut coffee table that was...
jamesglenn Woodworking 5 685 08-20-2020, 01:59 PM
  0 Thread: Reclaimed Coffee Table
Post: Reclaimed Coffee Table

This is not typical of my style, which is modern/contemporary, and I tend to mix materials such as concrete and steel in. However, this was built to sell quickly and use up some materials I had from t...
jamesglenn Woodworking 5 685 08-20-2020, 10:12 AM

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